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Monday, January 3, 2011

Confessions From the Principal's Chair, by Anna Myers

I read the book Confessions from the Principal's Chair, by Anna Myers.

This book was about a girl named Robin Miller, but everyone calls her Bird. She is in 8th grade and lives in Denvor. She is in a group called Six-Pack. All of the girls work together to torment other kids. After her mom finds out that they have been tormenting a girl that did nothing wrong to them, Rendi (the mom) decides that they are going to move to Oklahoma. After running in with the law, the family of 2 decides to stay in Prairie Dog Town, a really small town in Oklahoma. On the first day of school Bird goes and ends up in the principal's office... Running the school!!!

I really liked this book because it tells how hard it is being the principal. It is the kind of book that I could not put down!! I think if you like books that are first person, then you will enjoy this book. It has girl drama with boys,and dealing with kids who misbehave and do the kind of things she used to do.

My favorite part of the book was when Bird had to deal with the "Purples." The Purples are the mean girls in school, they are the tormenters at Thomas Jefferson Middle School. Can Bird turn that school around?

I rate this book 5 out of 5 chocolate bars. :)  HockeyStar88

3 comments:

  1. I loved this book! I could NOT put it down!! I read it in about 2 days!!(:

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